You know you need a SOC 1 audit report, but do you need a SOC 1 Type I or a SOC 1 Type II? What’s the difference? Which one makes the most sense for your organization? Read more to understand the importance of a SOC 1 audit report and the differences between a Type I and a Type II audit report.
The HIPAA Security Rule requires that business associates and covered entities have physical safeguards and controls in place to protect electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI). These safeguards provide a set of rules and guidelines that focus solely on the physical access to ePHI.
The SOC 2 Security Principle is a must and should be included in any non-privacy SOC 2 engagement. The Security Principle common criteria eliminates the overlap between each of the Trust Services Principles and must be reviewed by every organization before being audited against the SOC 2 security principle. Read more to find out how your organization should be applying the SOC 2 security common criteria.